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Top 10 destinations

There is so much to see in and around Söll. Sometimes it is difficult to choose where to go.
Here you find 10 Tips to make your choice easier.

SkiWorld Wilder Kaiser

You can expect more than 280 perfect prepared kilometers of piste, 77 rustic ski lodges as family businesses, sun-terraces, panorama-views at around 70 mountains, 3000 meters above sea level, the ALPENIGLU® Dorf and 4 fun parks. For night-active people, there are lighted runs for sleds while you find yourself in the biggest night-ski-area of whole Austria. Welcome in Brixen im Thale, Ellmau, Going, Hopfgarten, Itter, Kelchsau, Scheffau, Söll and Westendorf.


Silver Mine Schwaz

The “mother of all mines” promises an exciting trip through the history of Europe. After a 800 metres deep entry into the mine an extraordinary adventure awaits you. Follow the trails of the miners, who delivered silver and copper for over 500 years and get taken away into a time when the earth was still a disk…

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Fortress Kufstein

The town’s landmark, the fortress in Kufstein, belongs to the most impressive monuments from the tirolean middle age. It is build on the “Festungsberg”, a little hill above the city Kufstein, with a 90 meter high cliff on the side of the river “Inn”. Comfortably reachable by lift.

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Kristallwelten Swarovski

At the „Swarovski Kristallwelten“, you will experience the wonder of glass in all forms and colours. 1995, the Austrian artist André Heller, founded this park at the 100 year anniversary of the chrystal-manufacture Swarovski. It is located in Wattens (Tirol) and gives everyone a special experience with the chrystal-themed attractions.

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City of Glass – Rattenberg

The city Rattenberg, is the smallest community in Tyrol with its 0,11 km2 and only 402 inhabitants . It is definitely worth a visit. At all the glass-shops and manufactures, you will see how glass is made and all the effort that comes with it.

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